1: The SEC made its mark luring a number of Texas players away from the Lone Star State.
The SEC made its mark in the North Texas area with the signings of some of the areas top talent. Vanderbilt landed 4 Star Weatherford Quarterback Ken Seals. Seals is one of the top rated pocket passers in the nation.   The University of Missouri landed one of the more underrated recruits throughout the 2019 season, Duncanville Cornerback Ennis Rakestraw.  Rakestraw received other offers including from Alabama and Texas, but Missouri being the first school to offer Rakestraw, who gave up zero touchdowns this season while shutting down some of the nations best talent was a key to getting his commitment. A pair of top Texas Running backs headed to two perineal title contenders as National Champion LSU landed Lancaster Running back Tre Bradford. Long time Oklahoma commit Jase McClellan shocked the world just before leading his Aledo Bearcats to a 9th state championship as he flipped to Alabama, making it official Tuesday and helping The Tide become one of the top 2 recruiting classes in 2020

2: Texas A&M, huge winners today.
The Aggies won the great state of Texas this year. In addition to a class that already included Demond Demas, the #1 Receiver in Texas and Hayden King, the #10 QB in the nation. The Aggies signed 5 recruits who are all in the Top 100 rankings defensively, including #21 Cornerback Jaylon Jones and #78 Safety Antonio Johnson.

3: Kaedric Cobbs may be a name schools regret leaving off their list.

Denton Guyer running back Kaedric Cobbs had an outstanding season on his way to leading his team to being state finalist.  Cobbs committed to the University of Texas San Antonio, and in the coming years could be one of the better running backs in the state. Cobbs led all 6A running backs in yards with 2641 and touchdowns with 42. Local north Texas schools such as the university of north Texas and TCU missed out on a gem; not to mention Cobbs is on his way to being the guyer high school Valedictorian. 

4; Zachary Evans commitment still undecided.
The number one running back in the nation Zachary Evans selection of where he’d be attending school was one of the most anticipated decisions this national signing day. Evans has been the running back at Northshore the past 4 seasons. The two time state championship won the MVP at this years Under Armor All American game. He has been highly recruited by SEC schools such as Georgia and Ole Miss but Tennessee has also thrown their name into the mix.  Although it is still unclear when Evans will announce his decision, his commitment could change the tide on a teams championship aspirations in the coming seasons.